Travis, the drummer from Blink-182, and DJ AM, a singer-songwriter who was once engaged to Nicole Richie, were in a plane crash late last night. Four people died in the crash, but Travis and DJ AM (whose real name is Adam Goldstein) survived. Both are in critical condition, according to their spokespeople. They have been touring together as TRVSDJ-AM and played a show that day in Columbia, South Carolina. Read the news story here.
Get well soon, guys. Please.
UPDATED: There has been much speculation as to the other people who died. Two were the pilots, but the names of the other two have not yet been released. It has been confirmed that Gavin DeGraw was NOT one of the passengers, nor was Perry Farrell of Jane’s Addiction.
[Posted by Kathleen]
4 responses to “get well soon, travis, dj am.”
i love you Travis and i hope you come out of this ok and i hope DJ AM is ok to. I will pray for you!!!
Travis Barker & DJ AM Hospitalized
The tragic Lear jet crash on September 19, 2008 killed four of the six people aboard. Travis Barker and DJ AM (Adam Goldstein) were able to escape, but both suffered major burns. Currently in critical but stable condition, the two were transported to the Joseph M. Still Burn Center at Doctors Hospital in Augusta, Georgia, where they are being treated for their injuries.
Please join us in sending get-well wishes, encouraging notes, and messages of hope to both Travis Barker and DJ AM as they begin a long, intense road to recovery.
Travis me and my family are praying for you and DJ Jam. We lost 4 family members in a fire a few years ago and know what you are feeling. We put you on our prayer list at church and home. My son Jeremy is 12 yrs old and is Autistic he cried because you are his favorite drummer and loves you. We will continue to pray for you and ask God to be with you and your family through this rough time.We hope for a full recovery and for you and Shanna to make it through this tragedy. Lots Of Love The Newman Family
Me and my entire family will be praying everyday for your speedy and full recovery. Just remember you are “Blessed not Lucky” God was there that day and he’s not done with either of you. God Bless you both.